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Around half of all autistic children have gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms, such as diarrhea and constipation, and the prevalence increases as the children get older. Because of this, vaccinations are more dangerous than they are preventative since they have a more difficult time breaking down and eliminating toxins; it instead remains in their system longer. Also, many children with autism had increased use of oral antibiotics in infancy, which alter gut flora and thereby almost completely stop the body’s ability to excrete mercury.
Millie Holiday, RN has done extensive work with Autistic Children, children with ADHD and those with neurological disorders and concluded that environmental toxins truly impact their behavior. Such toxins can surprisingly be found in ordinary disposable diapers. Many disposable diapers are bleached with chlorine, resulting in remaining traces of dioxins. According to the World Health Organization, dioxins are “persistent environmental pollutants” that can cause an array of health problems including developmental delays, damaged immunity, hormone interference, and certain “cancer causing” dioxins. Autistic children have such a high level of inflammation affecting all the systems of their bodies that they are far more sensitive to added chemical toxic exposures.
All babies are born with primitive reflexes. These necessary reflexes can react negatively for children born via cesarean section, trauma, toxicity exposure, anesthetics, and chemicals. According to the Environmental Working Group, American researchers have found an average of 200 industrial compounds, pollutants, and other chemicals in the umbilical cord blood of newborns, including seven dangerous pesticides that were supposedly banned in the US more than 30 years ago. Emotional Stressors (in life) have been credited as being the most common sudden onset or trigger to the retained primitive reflexes. These stressors may be occurring pre/post pregnancy as well as in and outside of the womb. Medical peer-reviewed research has said that 90% of all physical dis-ease is linked to emotional stressors.